Winter Olympics Craft and Geometry Practice by Sara in Second | TpT

Pin Students will wear a headband with geometry terms. The other students in the group will describe the term and the person wearing the headband has to guess the term.

By the end of the activity student should be able to identify what type of triangle each triangle is based on prior knowledge.

In this fun maze activity, your students will practice calculating supplementary angles and complementary angles while helping the bear find his fish snack! Breathe a little fun into your geometry practice with this fun "worksheet in disguise"!

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Winter Olympics Craftivity on TPT

Irregular Area task cards and quiz! Great practice for decomposing figures and finding missing sides to find the area. Quiz is great for assessment.

Finding Area & Perimeter Task Cards FREE from The Curriculum Corner

"Kids are LOVING these games during rotation time to reinforce standards." This 2nd Grade Geometry Games Pack includes 18 differentiated games for practicing identifying the attributes of polygons and three-dimensional shapes, naming polygons and three-dimensional shapes, partitioning rectangles into squares, partitioning shapes into halves, thirds, and fourths, and more! These games support the 2nd grade CCSS geometry standards {2.G.1, 2.G.2, 2.G.3, 2.OA.4}.

These middle school geometry worksheets are a good way to help kids master higher-level math skills. Take a look at our middle school geometry printables now.

Master your knowledge of supplementary angles with this geometry practice sheet! Remember that supplementary angles add up to make 180 degrees.

Common Core Geometry Practice (Composite Transformations G